How do Water Regime and Grazing Alter the Reproductive Capacity of Aquatic Plants?

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Dr Margaret A. Brock
Botany, Rural Science and Natural Resources, University of New England
Environment Australia, 2000

Attachments

Attachment a: Casanova M.T. and Brock M.A. (2000) How do depth, duration and frequency of flooding influence the establishment of wetland plant communities? Plant Ecology 147: 237-250

Attachment b: Benefits and limitations three experimental methods for wetlands research: reliability to reality from glasshouse, outdoor tank and field scale experimental wetlands. (L.O'Donnell and M. Brock)

Attachment c: University of New England Experimental Wetland brochure: UNE Newholme Wetlands: a facility for the experimental investigation of water regime on the biota.

Attachment d: Fact Sheet on Project produced for National Wetlands R & D Program: Do water regime and grazing alter aquatic plant reproduction?

Attachment e: Physico-chemical water quality of UNE Experimental wetlands (S. Botting and L.O'Donnell).

Attachment f: Comparison of plant communities developing from Spring and Autumn planted donor seed banks in the UNE Experimental Wetlands. (K Crosslé)

Attachment g: Pilot study of aquatic macroinvertebrates in the UNE Experimental Wetlands: S. Botting

Attachment h: Pilot study on the influence of water regime on frog species richness, abundance and reproduction in the UNE experimental wetlands. M. Healey.

Attachment i: Warwick N.W.M. and Brock M.A. The effect of timing, depth and duration of flooding on growth and reproduction in wetland plants. Draft in preparation for journal submission.

Attachment j: How does water regime and clipping influence the allocation of plant biomass to reproduction. (K Crosslé )

Attachment k: Crosslé , K and Brock, M.A. Water regime, propagule type and plant species richness: the importance of dry times for wetlands. Draft in preparation for journal submission

Attachment l: Brock M.A. and Casanova M.T. 2000 Are there plants in your wetland? Revegetating wetlands. LWRRDC, UNE, DLWC and EA, Canberra

Attachment m Brock M.A., Casanova, M.T. and Berridge S.M. (due September 2000) Does your wetland flood and dry? Water regime and wetland plants. LWRRDC, UNE, DLWC and EA, Canberra

Attachment n: Advertising brochure for three wetlands techniques booklets

Attachment o: Flyer for Boulton A.J and Brock M.A (1999) Australian Freshwater Ecology: processes and management. Gleneagles Publishing Adelaide